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The Prospective Designs For The Atlanta Falcons' New Stadium Ar…

The Prospective Designs For The Atlanta Falcons' New Stadium Are Crazy

deadspin.com Updated Apr 30, 2013
The Atlanta Falcons are building a new stadium, and the Georgia World Congress Center has compiled a report with a few prospective designs and amenities that might be featured at the new stadium. They are crazy.Read more...
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  • NFC South afternoon update

    NFC South afternoon update

    ESPN.com Apr 30, 2013
    It's been a fairly quiet news day in the NFC South. But there were a few odds and ends, so let's take a run around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS The Georgia World Congress Center Authority board voted to approve the hiring of a Kansas City-based firm to…
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  • Dolphins turn their attention to Tyson Clabo

    Dolphins turn their attention to Tyson Clabo

    profootballtalk.com Apr 30, 2013
    The Wheel O’Tackles continues to spin, as unemployed blockers look for work. And the Dolphins, who clearly need to pick one, keep looking at their options. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, former Falcons starter Tyson Clabo is headed to Mia
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  • Panthers add undrafted rookies

    Panthers add undrafted rookies

    The Carolina Panthers announced Tuesday morning that they have agreed to terms with 13 undrafted rookies. The list is headed by Louisiana Tech quarterback Colby Cameron, who might have a chance to compete with Jimmy Clausen for the No. 3 spot. The rest …
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  • Falcons sign 24 undrafted free agents

    Falcons sign 24 undrafted free agents

    profootballtalk.com Apr 30, 2013
    Like most successful teams, the Falcons don’t have a ton of open roster spots for the taking this offseason. That means the 24 undrafted free agents signed by the team will have even more of an uphill battle ahead of them this offseason than some of the
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  • Schiano says Freeman remains the Bucs’ starter

    Schiano says Freeman remains the Bucs’ starter

    profootballtalk.com Apr 30, 2013
    The Buccaneers had a clear need for some quarterback help in the draft, but they’re trying to make it clear that Mike Glennon was chosen as depth, not as an immediate replacement for Josh Freeman. “I think that’s hard with any rookie quarterback,”
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  • Peter King: NFL must create environment for others to follow Collins' lead…

    Apr 30
    In the wake of NBA player Jason Collins' decision to come out as gay in this week's Sports Illustrated, the obvious conclusion to draw is that it will start a trend of players to do the same.